Dr Joe Dispenza provides us with a detailed explanation on how to contract the muscles of our body in unison with our breath, in order to accelerate the flow of cerebrospinal fluid, apply pressure to the pineal gland and create some very profound metabolites including benzodiazepine and DMT.
00:10 – Psychoneuroimmunology
01:40 – Anatomy of Supernatural Breathing
02:43 – Cerebrospinal Fluid & The Inductance Field
04:00 – The Pineal Gland
05:10 – The Pituitary Gland (Oxytocin + Vasopressin)
07:00 – Piezoelectric Effect
09:00 – Melatonin & Inner Visions (DMT)
10:40 – Joes Personal Experiences
11:28 – Moving Into The Unknown
12:30 – Biological Upgrade
13:25 – How To Breathe Supernaturally
By Peggy Riccio
During this time of “unintentional pausing” I have been diving even deeper into the world of herbs. I am growing a wider variety of herbs, watching herbal webinars and cooking demonstrations, and experimenting in the kitchen. Recently, I learned that flowers from culinary herbs are edible. “Edible” in this case simply means one can eat them — not that they are necessarily “tasty.” However, because the flowers are edible, regardless of their taste, they can be used for botanical color and decoration. Think of a painter’s palette with each paint symbolizing a culinary herb in your garden. Think of how that flower can add color and interest to your meals and beverages. Imagine how the flower would look whole, separated, or even minced. The following are great for adding botanical color.
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I shared Anne’s email with you and a bit of her website for she is my herbalist, my go-to for tinctures, extracts, balms, etc. I have complete trust in her expertise, the products she endeavors to create, her passion, and drive. I am honored and pleased to introduce you to Anne, my herbalist, and friend.
By the way, here is the link to Anne’s shop…
I have now been crafting herbal extracts, mainly; Tinctures, Glycerites, Vinegars & Skincare Oil infusions, for 4 years now. Even though I am no expert and consider myself a novice, I have learned a new lesson every year. As I learn and read and discover new ways of determining how to best create a plant extract that is both effective & well-rounded, I also have to consider its flavor, consistency and taste. I have experimented with different combinations of solvents over the…
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American researchers have used ground-breaking technologies to make discoveries about Native American smoking habits. They have, for the first time, found traces of a non-tobacco plant in a pipe. […]
I know this is old news for the chem heads, but I know it’s still not being used by the large percentage. It will only get more popular. Isomerizing cbd to turn into thc. Here is a method I found. […]
Plant medicines from farms that we trust #farmtopharmacy
Source: Plant Medicines
Bolster your body’s defenses with Jade Windscreen, a Traditional Chinese Medicine formula with astragalus to ward off spring’s Wind-based health woes. […]
Agaricus blazei Murrill is an edible Brazilian mushroom with low-calorie content and high nutrient density. The mushroom, which originates in a small Brazilian village called Piedade, contains minerals, fibers, vitamins, and amino acids.
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The Chaga Mushroom is used to make a healing tea and has be used to cure everything from cancer to hypertension; boosting the immune system, raising your bodies ph levels and stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system promoting our own bodies ability to heal itself. Chaga is the most powerful antioxidant on Earth making it a very powerful detox flushing toxins, radiation, heavy metals and other free radicals out of your body. […]
What are oxymels? Learn about the health benefits of this ancient herbal elixir of vinegar and honey, and get easy recipes for making them at home!
Source: Herbal Oxymel Recipes & Benefits
by Connor Yearsley
Many people grew up with Winnie-the-Pooh, the good-natured bear who was often looking for “hunny” in rotting tree hollows. Renowned mycologist (fungi expert) Paul Stamets, however, maybe the first person to wonder if some bees are drawn to rotting wood partly because of the health benefits that the fungal mycelia can provide as they break down the wood. Mycelia are the vegetative part of a fungus’ life cycle and consist of threadlike tubes called hyphae that spread in every direction.
With researchers at Washington State University (WSU) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Stamets’ hypothesis that fungi can help bees is being validated with extracts of the mycelia of two fungal species: amadou (Fomes fomentarius, Polyporaceae) and reishi (Ganoderma resinaceum, Ganodermataceae). In laboratory and field trials on the Western or European honeybee (Apis mellifera), these extracts significantly reduced levels of viruses…
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Doctors, alternative medicine advocates, and researchers are increasingly interested in the potential health benefits of the Chaga mushroom (Inonotus obliquus). Some studies on Chaga mushrooms have yielded promising results.
Nine potential benefits
In this article, we look at the potential health benefits of Chaga mushrooms and the research behind the claims.
1. Nutrient-dense superfood
Chaga mushrooms are rich in a wide variety of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients, including:
- B-complex vitamins
- vitamin D
- amino acids
2. Preventing and fighting cancer
Increasingly, researchers are taking…
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If you’re a fan of mushrooms, rejoice! These nutritious little fungi have several known benefits to our health, including lowering your chance of heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. And now, there appears to be yet another advantage to eating mushrooms. New research shows that they may help protect the brain from degenerative conditions such as dementia.
The study, which took place at the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur, found that regular consumption of certain types of mushrooms may be associated with brain changes that reduce the risk of developing dementia.1 After analyzing 10 different types of mushrooms, the investigators determined that they promoted the increased production of nerve growth factors in the brain, which contributes to the formation of new neurons in the gray matter, an important factor in our ability to retain and retrieve memories.
What kinds of mushrooms were most beneficial? Unfortunately, not the white or…
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Certain types of fungi are attracted to radiation, and can actually help to break down and neutralize radiation in certain environments.
Chaga mushroom has been a cherished part of Russian folk medicine for thousands of years. Now science is catching on to its anti-cancer potential.
The FDA has granted Orphan Drug status to a synthetic cannabis flavonoid, derived from a rare strain of Jamaican ganja, that can help treat pancreatic cancer.
Allegedly, these “severe acute respiratory syndromes” can only be controlled by vaccines.
Source: The Making of A Pandemic
The entire world is worried by the alarming decline in bee populations since the 1990s. At the same time, numerous scientists investigate hemp and its potential environmental benefits. Now, researchers have combined these popular issues of modern society in one study: cannabis, and the suffering bee population. The study conducted at Cornell University and published […]
Class is now in session.
Source: The Anatomy of a Marijuana Plant
A 2016 study found that a single dose of shrooms can significantly reduce cancer patients’ fear of death, and a new follow-up study has found that these benefits can last for years.
Laurence Gardner was a British author and lecturer. He wrote on subjects such as the Jesus bloodline, the Knights Templar, the Holy Grail, anti-gravity, and monatomic gold, a consumable elixir which allegedly can do everything from extend life to awaken dormant psychic abilities.
David Hudson is credited by most people in the field as being the originator of the term “Orbitally Rearranged Monatomic Elements”, or by its acronym, the ORMEs (ORMUS). Mr. Hudson began speaking publicly about his research and discoveries in 1995, claiming that he had discovered an ingestable matter that caused Superconductivity in the human body, or in other words, what some interpret as the alchemical Philosopher’s Stone.
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Robert Sepehr is an anthropologist and author:
Cells can die in different ways and, after cannabinoid treatment, they were dying in the ‘clean’ way. They were committing suicide […]
Love the warming scent of ginger? Check out our aromatherapeutic offerings of both fresh and dried ginger essential oils and delicate ginger hydrosol.
Given CBD products tend to be on the pricey side, here’s a handy guide to aid in finding those products that can deliver the benefits found in CBD oil and other products applied topically to the skin.
The Halau recommends full-spectrum Hempworx CBD products for your health and the health of your family and pets. You can check out the health benefits here … click on the image for more information!
There are fewer and fewer trees that can produce this beloved aromatic resin.
Source: Frankincense is endangered
Herbal Tinctures for Health and Well-Being They may be small, but these extracts pack a powerful herbal punch. Discover the multiple benefits of tinctures, and how to make and use them to stay heal […]
Source: Create Your Own Apothecary
Vetiver oil is a popular remedy in South Asia, Southeast Asia and West Africa. It has been used for thousand years, and research has shown that its leaves and roots provide great benefits. Vetiver is a sacred herb, and ancient civilizations praised it for its uplifting, soothing, healing and protective effect. It cools the body […]
Archaeologists have uncovered two 2,400-year-old pure gold ‘bongs’ that were used by Aryan tribal chiefs to smoke cannabis during ceremonies. The historic drug paraphernalia was found alongside 7lbs of other gold items when an area of land was dug up in Russia to make way for power lines. They items had been buried in a stone chamber before being concealed by a thick layer of clay. […]
Since time immemorial, people have burned incense for aesthetic, medicinal, spiritual, and practical purposes in nearly every culture on Earth. Since […]